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Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost S CHOLARSHIP IN A CTION UIC Leadership Retreat August 20, 2013. A World-Class Education, A World-Class City. Evolving Context of UIC Within the University, State, Nation. 2. A World-Class Education, A World-Class City.

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    1. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and ProvostSCHOLARSHIPIN ACTIONUIC Leadership RetreatAugust 20, 2013 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    2. Evolving Context of UIC Within the University, State, Nation 2 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    3. UNIVERSITY Faculty collective bargaining University Administration review University Administration planning University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System STATE Pension reform Job Analysis/Civil Service conversions Flat budget, delayed state payments FEDERAL Sequester, grants Evolving Context of UIC Within the University, State, Nation 3 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    4. Infrastructure • Physical • Administrative • Academic 4 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    5. New Buildings Mile Square Health Center – under construction – $42M Advanced Chemical Technology Building – in design - $104M Jump Trading Simulation & Education Center (Peoria) - completed April - $51M Building Infrastructure Energy Performance Contract (ESCO) – SEL, SES, SEO, ERF - $65M Dentistry building modernization - $20.8M College of Medicine Learning Center - $15M Facades - $20.2M HVAC - $13.3M Science and Engineering Lab renovation - $11.7M Lecture Center A renovation - $6.2M Regional Infrastructure Circle Interchange and Peoria Street Overpass Physical Infrastructure 5 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    6. Steve Everett, Dean, College of Architecture, Design and the Arts Alfred Tatum, Interim Dean, College of Education Jerry Bauman, Interim Vice President for Health Affairs Ed Ewald, Interim Vice Chancellor for Development Michael Redding, Exec. Assoc. Chancellor of External and Governmental Relations Janet Parker, Interim Vice Provost for Resource Planning & Management Renee Taylor, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs Saul Weiner, Vice Provost for Planning and Programs Administrative Infrastructure: Senior-Level Administrators Joining the UIC Family 6 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    7. Dean, College of Dentistry Dean, College of Education Vice Provost for Budget & Resource Planning/Associate Chancellor Vice Provost for Diversity/Senior Advisor to the Chancellor Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services Vice Chancellor for Development Administrative Infrastructure: Searches Underway 7 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    8. 169 for 2013-14 (tenure-track and non-tenure-track) Estimate 100 – 120 for 2014-15 New Faculty Orientation Academic Infrastructure:Faculty Hiring Department Head Hiring 43 for 2013-14 (new hires and internal appointments) New Heads and Deans Orientation 8 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    9. Chancellor's Cluster Initiative to Increase Diversity and the Interdisciplinary Culture at UIC – 7 clusters funded Bioengineering Department UIC Cancer Center - attain National Cancer Institute designation UICentre: Collaborative Engagement in Novel Therapeutic Research and Enterprise – Drug Discovery IUPLR: Inter-University Program for Latino Research Social Justice Initiative NIH-funded six-year study of Chicago participants in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (M. Daviglus) Selected Major Academic Projects 9 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    10. Planning and Doing 10 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    11. Focusing on Urban Excellence: A Three year Strategic Outcomes Plan UIC Global Excellence Healthcare Enterprise IT Strategic Plan Sustainability Strategic Planning UIC Undergraduate Student Success Plan Plan for 2015 Healthcare Work Force Needs Increase student population by 20% out of state Implementations Ongoing Through the Lens of Diversity / A Mosaic for UIC Transformation UIC Campus Master Plan UIC Undergraduate Student Success Plan Campus/University Planning Processes 11 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    12. Planning Processes: UIC Undergraduate Student Success Plan UIC UIC UIC UIC 12 UIC UIC UIC UIC A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    13. Planning Processes: UIC Undergraduate Student Success Plan Undergraduate Policy Council 200+ faculty and staff engaged in eight task forces Final reports in October, immediate action items already underway • Data Analysis and Assessment • First-Year Coordinated Curriculum • Support for Student Learning • Faculty Engagement • Advising • Financing College • Campus Life • Pre-matriculation/Transition Issues TARGET AREAS 13 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    14. Planning Processes: UIC Undergraduate Student Success Plan • Undergraduate Success Center • Education Advisory Board software tool • Policy changes (classroom scheduling, syllabus policy, etc.) • National leadership (APLU & USU, APLU Gates Consortium, etc.) • First-Year Dialogues Seminar (required in one college, elective in all) • Provost’s Excellence in Undergraduate Advising award • Multivariate analyses of factors contributing to UIC student success • Grew Summer College • Implement Center for Contemporary Teaching and Learning • Complete review of student support units; hiring of leadership • Pursue HSI designation; increase African-American enrollment Selected accomplishments Coming year 14 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    15. Scholarship in Action…and, what counts? 15 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    16. Research/ICR………………….…..decreasing Philanthropic/Foundation…………transition from campaign Tuition……………………………….increasing (slightly) GRF…………………………………flat Entrepreneurial…………………….increasing Revenue Sources 16 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    17. Scholarship Revenue DISABILITIES STUDIES APPLIED HEALTH SCIENCES TUITION BOOKS GRANTS CONTRACTS STATE CITATIONS AWARDS ARTICLES UIC SELF SUPPORT UIC 17 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    18. “Engaged” “Translational” “Innovation” “Entrepreneurship” “Application” The Unique Nature of UIC’s Research 18 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    19. Research Centers Innovation Center Seed Grants – e.g. Chancellor’s Innovation Fund Office of Technology Management Illinois Ventures Chicago Technology Park How We Operationalize Innovation 19 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City

    20. Center for Literacy Center for Urban Economic Development Jane Addams Center for Social Policy and Research Institute for Health Research and Policy Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy Institute for Policy and Civic Engagement Learning Sciences Research Institute Midwest Latino Health, Research, Training and Policy Center Science, Technology & Environmental Policy Laboratory Urban Transportation Center ….and many more How We Make Change 20 A World-Class Education, A World-Class City